Football for the ages

FOOTBALL’s in focus this week with two vintage pictures and readers’ memories. This feature has been “kicked off” following the Peeps page story on February 6 about Woking’s railway orphanage. Raymond Hilderley... Read more »

Laser Quest championship comes to Woking

MOCK combat experts from across the world are taking part in European championship games in Woking this weekend. Players from countries including the UK, France, Holland, Denmark and the US will be... Read more »

Commonwealth champ’s new success

FORMER Commonwealth Games gold medallist Sam Skillcorn (née Lowe) is encouraging more youngsters to look at Judo as fitting way to improve their body and mind. After narrowly missing out on competing... Read more »

Visually impaired bowlers club faces closure

A CLUB for blind and visually impaired bowlers will close at the end of this year if they cannot attract new members. The North-West Surrey Visually Impaired Bowls Group, which plays in... Read more »

FA chairman visits Byfleet club

THE chairman of The Football Association visited the Byfleet village Club at the weekend. Greg Clarke, who previously served as the chairman of The Football League and Leicester City, was given a... Read more »

Thousands battle elements in Surrey Half Marathon

RAIN, hail and blustering wind made running difficult, but more than 3,500 people completed the Mercer Surrey Half Marathon on Sunday. They streamed for over three hours from Woking Park to Jacobs... Read more »

Runners’ lifesaving challenge

A TEAM of around 60 children, teachers and parents from Knaphill School and Knaphill Lower School are taking part in the Surrey Half Marathon on Sunday to raise money to buy defibrillators.... Read more »

New sports hall at Gordon’s School approved

A NEW £6 million sports hall and all-weather pitch at Gordon’s School will be available for use by residents to play sports such as badminton, basketball and indoor cricket. The hall at... Read more »

Westfield conjure up late equaliser

TEN-man Westfield conjured a late equaliser at Wodson Park as they earned a point away to promotion rivals Ware. The Yellows manager Tony Reid had recently confirmed his sights of promotion, and... Read more »

Westfield climb the table with another win

THE Yellows turned on the style at Woking Park on Saturday as they swept aside Uxbridge to extend their unbeaten run to seven matches, winning 4-0. Victory over their Hillingdon-based opponents saw... Read more »